At a ceremony in the province of Khost, acting Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani criticized the country’s situation, calling it intolerable.
Haqqani said that the Islamic Emirate wants “legitimate engagement” with the international community, while speaking at the ceremony in Khost for those who had memorized the Holy Quran.
“Today, we consider ourselves righteous enough, and our views and thoughts have dominated us to such an extent that challenging, targeting, defaming and monopolizing the entire system has become an initiative, a view and a basis for us. May Allah correct our intentions and actions. This situation cannot be tolerated,” he further added.
Speaking at the event, the acting interior minister noted: “Now, we want to have a legitimate interaction with the world and build a legitimate way,” Haqqani said.
The acting interior minister commented on the situation in the country and emphasized that it is important to provide the nation with opportunities.
The leader of the Islamic Emirate, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada, had previously stressed the engagement of the current government with the international community within the framework of Islamic principles.
This comes as the international community has repeatedly said that respecting women’s rights, particularly the right to education, creating an inclusive government, and not using Afghanistan’s territory against other nations, are crucial for recognition of the current government of Afghanistan.—Tolonews